Seeing eight technologies demonstrated that were demonstrated in another technology keynote almost a month ago earlier is a 'good thing'?
This means your roommates can unlock your Android phone, computer or tablet when you sleep close by with a G-watch. Good one, Google.
Lemon, Loliipop, Licorice, Loser, Lard. Nope, sorry folks, none of these are the secret name behind Android L.
Funny thing, the answer should be obvious.
So, a disgusting product that leaves a bad taste in your mouth...
I'll wait for Lefsa. Or maybe Rommegrot.
If you're serious and not just taking an easy shot, you need to move, dude.
I actually thought that to be a really handy feature. For those encumbered with nefarious cohabitants I'm sure it can be turned off.
I kinda like it. It's going the exact OPPOSITE direction of iOS aesthetically -- adding depth instead of removing it. I think the "flat design" approach is a bad idea. An extra dimension (depth) provides another means of delineating elements and reduces perceived clutter.
Honestly, if Android could provide the security Apple offers I might be tempted. But it doesn't so I'm not.
That's a web page. Not the OS. iOS7 looked like a paint factory exploded on the phone. In fact Android's Holo look is already very good. The new design language at first glance seems to be better. I need to spend a little more time learning about it.
Can someone please explain to me just what the **** these people are doing with Google Glass on their faces while watching the keynote, besides making some sort of douchebag statement? The thing can't even record a clip beyond a few seconds, so its not like theyre recording the keynote. I have no problem with devices like Google Glass when they have a real benefit to the user in that specific situation. But Glass evangelists are insistent on basically wearing them ALL THE TIME, for no fucking reason whatsoever.
they are complete tools, basking in their front-row toolishness...
Not by name, but there were a couple of jibes about 'other companies' when they brought up the timeline of major Android features and highlighted how Intents, multitasking and the like were added back in 2008.
Before iOS 4: "LOL ur phone don't have multitaskin"
After iOS4: "Oh noe u stoled our ideea"
And thats it for this episode of *Crap android fanboys say* Tune in next time for "but our phones had big skreen b4 urz"
Android users make enough money where we don't need roomates.
Apple's transparency is to give depth on "shades" that are pulled up, i.e. notification center and quick controls. Google's version is to give depth to objects on pages to highlight items or to make actionable items more noticeable. There's quite a difference
I think the extra dimension improves usability. It's actually fine with me if you don't but it would be easier for me to respect your opinion if you stated it without insulting mine.
Right because iWatch was a serious competitive inspiration for Google's design here!